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post #9406 of 11686
was just gonna post about the flannels, wtf is up with the sizing? 22 5/6 for the body width on a medium they serious? first of all who measures in sixths and it's 1.5" wider than the oxfords which makes no sense

also don't like button down collars on flannels not to mention it's still summer here so by the time i think about coppin they're gonna be sold out

also hate when they have a model wearing a color of a knit that's not available, a cardigan and a vneck both when i clicked did not have the color swatch available...can't stand that shit
post #9407 of 11686
truth, that pretty much sums it up
post #9408 of 11686
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

was just gonna post about the flannels, wtf is up with the sizing? 22 5/6 for the body width on a medium they serious? first of all who measures in sixths and it's 1.5" wider than the oxfords which makes no sense

also don't like button down collars on flannels not to mention it's still summer here so by the time i think about coppin they're gonna be sold out

also hate when they have a model wearing a color of a knit that's not available, a cardigan and a vneck both when i clicked did not have the color swatch available...can't stand that shit
most colors/patterns are straight butt cheeks too
post #9409 of 11686

Eh the 33" sleeves on XS shirts are more annoying.

post #9410 of 11686
On a positive note, I just discovered all the prices include tax, so...hurray! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Also new denim shirts in case anyone wants to get their aeglus on.
post #9411 of 11686

Agreed with jet that button-downs on flannels = no.

 

I have Uniqlo flannels from last year that have no button-downs and are much thicker/warmer.

 

If you check the JP site, they will be stocking flannels with no BDs.

post #9412 of 11686
How are the slim fit chinos compared to the older Perfect fit. Would I be better going with the Vintage or Slims?
post #9413 of 11686
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Originally Posted by JilSlander View Post

Agreed with jet that button-downs on flannels = no.

I have Uniqlo flannels from last year that have no button-downs and are much thicker/warmer.

If you check the JP site, they will be stocking flannels with no BDs.

uniqlo uk as well. with the no button-down thing. some got two chest pockets tho for that paul bunyan ish

just can't bring myself to proxy flannels and sizing still wonky
post #9414 of 11686
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Originally Posted by airblaster503 View Post

How are the slim fit chinos compared to the older Perfect fit. Would I be better going with the Vintage or Slims?

Haven't tried perfect fit, but I got two pairs of the new slim chinos and one pair fit drastically different than the other (super tight thighs on one, other one slim but not tight), even though they were the same SKU and size. Frustrating.
Edited by ChetB - 8/21/13 at 10:16pm
post #9415 of 11686

Do the premium v neck tees shrink?

Ordered a bunch of mediums and chest is ok, but the body/waist didn't fit well at all.

post #9416 of 11686

the only one I have shrank a little bit (1/2"?) even though I always cold wash and hang dry. Might be anecdotal though

post #9417 of 11686
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Originally Posted by stafa View Post

Do the premium v neck tees shrink?
Ordered a bunch of mediums and chest is ok, but the body/waist didn't fit well at all.
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Originally Posted by momentoftruth View Post

the only one I have shrank a little bit (1/2"?) even though I always cold wash and hang dry. Might be anecdotal though

I always cold wash and line dry, too, and I haven't experienced any shrinkage in the 100% cotton premium t-shirts that I bought in Japan a few months back.
post #9418 of 11686
nobody makes tapered t shirts dude
post #9419 of 11686

I ordered a navy linen jacket for $20 from the clearance section and according to the sizing chart, it should fit almost perfectly. I figured I'd throw a few shirts into the order as well. According to the sizing charts, however, it looks like the shirts I ordered run wider than the jacket (xs in everything). The shoulder and neck sizes of the shirts are about right. Is it worth tailoring the shirts, or after the $10/shirt or so it costs to take them in at the waist, am I better off shopping somewhere else?

post #9420 of 11686

Just got my stuff from Japan. Everything fits better than anything I bought here. Although I was stoked on Uniqulo coming to the US, guess Ill be sticking to buying stuff from Japan.

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